Thanks to Philippe-Antoine over at The Chatty DM for running last months Carnival.
So on to this months topic and it’s that old bugbear again. I had another topic in mind that I was going to use but after careful consideration and the realisation that almost everyone that took part in the carnival would be effectively writing the exact same post I scrapped it. I struggled for a bit until a shining light hit me in the face as I was reading some old posts on Wil Wheaton’s blog about how he found someone to play D&D with at his school.
We’ve been round the blog/block many times on the subject with regards to how taboo your local church thought it was or how cool the local minister actually found it to be so what I’m pitching is the subject of religion in the game. That is of course unless you have a story thats fit’s into the first section that hasn’t been told before.
What I’m thinking about is how WotC have revamped The Forgotten Realms and reshuffled their gods about or how far you take religion in-game. There’s many different ways to look at this one that instead of having it as a stand alone post on The Dice Bag I thought I’d throw it open to you good people to give your views on it as well.
Then Donny the DM took took over with a new topic
And then it moved on to The Chatty DM (I’ll add the link to his roundup when he gets round to posting one)
- Super Heroes in RPG’s
So how does the carnival work you ask? The rules are very simple. All you do is post about it, leave a link back to here in your post and write a comment right after on this post. Once the month is up I’ll write up a roundup post of everyone thats took part in the carnival.
Can’t say fairer than that now can we?
In a few days time one, once I get a little free time from Nanowrimo I’ll get my own post up on the topic.